Everything You Should Know About Kobolds
Do you know a tribe that's even quirkier than Goblins? Some members wear dressing gowns and some wear pointed hats. Some look like dogs. The tribe consists of only nine creatures of which Julie Baroh illustrated three. One of the most famous characters in the game once compared them to cockroaches …
Enchantress Action: New Modern, Improved Legacy
Sterling Grove, Solitary Confinement, and Enchantress's Presence are the names of three pillars of Legacy Enchantress. Now they are coming to Modern along with two great newcomers: Sythis, Hand of Harvest and Sanctum Weaver. Is this enough to establish the archetype in the format?
Interview with Artist Daniel Gelon
Library of Leng, Lich, Savannah Lions, Stone Rain, Strip Mine, Wheel of Fortune … All these cards are iconic pieces of Magic history, originally printed all the way back in Alpha, painted by Daniel Gelon, who illustrated 64 Magic cards (including that one Vanguard series card) from the very beginning to Time Spiral.
The Golden/Silver/Bronze Age of Magic
In light of recent announcements, last year's Secret Lair: Walking Dead looks increasingly like it was the dawn of a new era: the age of crossovers. It fueled a lot of chatter and ramblings, for example about what constitutes "the Golden Age" of Magic. Let's try to determine different periods!
Interview with Artist Melissa A. Benson
Melissa A. Benson is one of the original 25 Magic artists. Her paintings illustrate 63 Magic cards, printed from Alpha to Urza's block. Some of them, especially her earliest pieces, count among the most iconic creatures of all time: Nightmare, Lord of Atlantis, and the mighty Shivan Dragon.